20 December 2012

Ghana: Star Quartet for Saturday Night Live GH

It has been announced that a quartet of the nation's most talented and popular musicians will be thrilling patrons at this weekend's most exclusive affair, the Saturday Night Live GH concert.

The star studded line up of artistes include; highlife living legend, Gyedu Blay Ambulley, local dancehall's undisputed queen, Kaakie, as well as sultry songstress Racquel, and the enigmatic and chart-topping duo from Tema, R2Bees.

As has become synonymous with the Saturday Night Live GH event, all musical performances will be backed by the turbo-charged Peaceful Melodies live band.

On a night where music is expected to meet fashion and comedy in an assorted mix, amidst the most stirring ambiance, and there will be fast rising international fashion designer, Art Michael, showcasing his latest exotic afro-centric line of couture to patrons.

One of Nigeria's most hilarious comedians, MC Akpororo, brings in his most rib-cracking jokes on the night.

Amidst the great music performances and other attractions, guests will be treated to a select range of continental and European culinary options to choose from, whiles savoring a wide variety of tongue tingling cocktails on the menu.

The show is set for Saturday, 22nd December at the plush Golden Tulip hotel, and is easily one of the most anticipated events on the Christmas rave calendar this year for the crème de la crème of the city's high end socialites and the corporate community.

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